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LIFESTYLE LETTER

NOVEMBER 2019 PUBLISHER

Joe Violi | joe.violi@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Emily Shea | emily.shea@lifestylepubs.com PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

Martha Doyle | martha.doyle@lifestylepubs.com

Let's Give Thanks IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN: THE DEPARTMENT STORES ARE STOCKED

AD DESIGNER

Evan Deuvall LAYOUT DESIGNER

Dana Rudolph

WITH CHRISTMAS LIGHTS AND CHACHKIES GALORE, CHILDREN ARE PRE-

COPY EDITOR

PARING THEIR LETTERS FOR SANTA, THE SWEETLY DISTINCT SMELL OF

Kate Baxendale

WARM APPLE CIDER AND FRESHLY BAKED PIES CASCADES FROM THE LOCAL BAKERIES AND THERE SEEMS TO BE A LITTLE EXTRA MAGIC IN THE AIR.  Maybe it's just me, but I truly believe there is something magical about the onset of winter and the holiday season. 

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Hannah Predojev, Emily Shea, Warren Watkins CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Medina Flooring, Hannah Predojev, Warren Watkins

For Medina County Lifestyle, November is a special month because it's our issue of giving thanks. We slow down for a moment, removing ourselves from the publishing deadlines and the day in, day out hustle and bustle to reflect on our year, our magazine and all those who make this 36-page, community-focused publication possible. And what we want you to know is that we are so grateful for each and every one of you.  In addition to giving thanks, we are so thrilled for you to read our editorials this month. We have packed so much great content into this issue to get you ready for the holidays. 

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

Speaking of which, have a happy, happy Thanksgiving, Medina County,

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INSIDE THE ISSUE NOVEMBER 2019

FEATURES 12 Premier Craftsmanship with an Affordable Price Tag Local Flooring Business Never Compromises Its Impeccably High Standards

18 Hassle-Free Holidays Look to JTS Landscaping for All of Your Holiday Decorating Needs

24 Level Up Bunker Hill Golf Course Brings Golf to a Whole New Level

28 A Very Special Place to Call Home The Echelon of Medina Offers

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Nothing but the Best for Its Members and Their Families

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

10

Around Town

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Renovate & Refine

16 DIY 24 Tech Savvy 28 Our Town 32 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Parting Thoughts


GOOD TIMES

Medina County Historical Society's Open House The Medina County Historical Society's  Open House is held on the first Sunday of every month at the John Smart House Museum. The theme this year is the Women’s Suffrage Movement. They are focusing on the passing of the 19th Amendment by the U.S. Congress in the year 1920 while exploring the role of prominent women in Medina County. 

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AROUND TOWN

NEW SENIOR LIVING NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNED IN MEDINA

reading for 30 days and finishing the game from

Western Reserve Masonic Community is build-

2018. Both the children and teens who participated

ing a new neighborhood on its 229-acre campus in

in the Summer Reading Game had the opportunity

Medina. The neighborhood is intended for adults

to read for a variety of fun prizes.

ages 55 and up who are looking to maintain their independence, purpose and lifestyle by being connected to a thriving social community.  The

MEDINA COUNTY DISTRICT LIBRARY NOVEMBER ART EXHIBITS

Palmary at Western Reserve Masonic Community

The Medina County District Library will host

will be a three-story, 273,000-square-foot expan-

a variety of art exhibits throughout the month of

sion that includes 99 independent living apart-

November. There will be the Folk Spirit exhibit

ment homes and a new common area where

in the B. Smith Gallery at Medina Library from Nov.

community members can access multiple dining

4–Dec. 1. The exhibit will feature art by  Elizabeth

venues, a fitness and wellness facility, a multipur-

Gierosky; much of her work expresses humor,

pose room for gatherings and more.

playfulness and resourcefulness with recycled

CLEVELAND CLINIC HONORS HUSBAND AND WIFE In July, Cleveland Clinic honored Dave Logsdon and his late wife, Jan, with the 2019 Crile Award for their generosity  time and resources to Cleveland

material. From Nov. 13–23, the Highland Library will house Ashton Wood Art. The Highland Library will also showcase watercolor artwork by Cathy Welner in the Cliffside Artists Collaborative Gallery. 

10TH ANNUAL MEDINA HOME TOUR

Clinic and Medina Hospital. This annual award,

Come out for the 10th annual Medina Home Tour

named for one of Cleveland Clinic’s four founders,

on Sunday, Dec. 8.  The holiday home tour will be

Dr. George W. Crile Sr., recognizes people who

held from noon to 6 p.m. to view and appreciate

have made outstanding contributions of time, tal-

several beautifully decorated homes in many of

ent and resources to Cleveland Clinic.

the city’s historic districts during this year’s holiday

MEDINA COUNTY DISTRICT LIBRARY EXPERIENCES RECORD PARTICIPATION IN SUMMER READING GAME

season. The tour will start at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 317 E. Liberty St.  Shuttle service will be available from noon until 4 p.m.  Tickets are $20 pre-sale and $25 day of the tour.  All proceeds go

The 2019 Summer Reading Game at Medina

to the Medina Historical Society as a fundraiser

County District Library topped last year's reading

to purchase and restore one of the most famous

records, experiencing record participation with

and prestigious homes in Medina, the McDowell-

1,637 teen registrants for the Teen Game and 7,679

Phillips House, on South Prospect Street.

child registrants for the Children's Game. The Children's Game had a 4% increase in registration 10

and 10.81% increase in the number of children

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RENOVATE & REFINE

PREMIER CRAFTSMANSHIP WITH AN A F FO R DA B L E P R I C E TAG

ARTICLE EMILY SHEA

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IT’S UNFAIR TO ASSUME THAT AS A BUSINESS

GROWS

AND

EXPANDS,

THE QUALITY OF ITS PRODUCT OR SERVICE WILL SUFFER AND IT INCREASES THE OUTPUT OR QUANTITY OF SAID PRODUCT OR SERVICE. At least, that’s definitely the case for locally owned and operated Medina Flooring.  For

Hinckley

native

and

Medina

Flooring owner Bill Reichelt, providing quality products and services has always been his No. 1 goal.  “Business started  off slow when we first opened in 2009, but after a while, the referrals started to multiply, and I was able to bring  in other select installers and start building our team,” Bill says. “But even as we have grown, we are still careful to handle each job we take on with the proper service, as to maintain a  high quality of craftsmanship.” Medina Flooring offers premier craftsmanship at a price that won’t break even the tightest of budgets. The company keeps its prices  low by purchasing inventory  directly from mills, cutting out the middleman and reducing extra costs. “I started out as a tile setter and flooring installer when I was young  and have been involved in the construction industry ever since,” Bill says.  “When I decided to build this business, I knew from the very beginning that I wanted to offer high-end custom installation at an affordable price.” And that’s just what Bill has done. Medina Flooring offers carpet, vinyl, hardwood and tile products and installation.

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RENOVATE & REFINE

(CON TI N U ED)

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DIY

COZY

UP YO U R

TAKE A CUE FROM THE SCANDINAVIAN CONCEPT OF HYGGE AND WELCOME THE TRANSITION OF SUMMER TO AUTUMN WITH A RELAXING REFRESH

HOME SPICE UP YOUR LIFE Pumpkin

spice,

apple

and

warm cinnamon are scents that bring the autumn air indoors. Adding these scents to your home will create a comforting and inviting atmosphere for your family and fall guests.

MAD FOR PLAID Plaid patterns are a staple for fall. Find unique ways to pull the pattern into your decor in the form of blankets, pillows and even rugs if you’re feeling adventurous!

MUM’S THE WORD Mums’

blazing

colors

and

long-lasting blooms are almost as much a marker of autumn as football, shorter days and cooler weather. Incorporate some warmer-color blooms into your decor for a fresh addition that’s reminiscent of changing leaves.

AU NATURALE Wicker and natural materials like wood and jute are great ways to bring the outdoors in. Create a woodsy feel with dried flowers, natural wood accents and lots of baskets—great for storing your knit blankets! 16

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LOOK TO JTS LANDSCAPING FOR ALL OF YOUR HOLIDAY DECORATING NEEDS

HASSLEFREE HOLIDAYS FINALLY, THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS UPON US! Time to head into the basement and go through all those large plastic storage containers filled with Christmas decorations to see which ones need to be replaced and which of your old favorites will be put up again to give the holidays that special, festive feel.  Or maybe not ... This year, when you start thinking about the holidays and all the work that comes with decorating your home both inside and out, look to JTS Landscaping in Seville for giving you a hand in tackling a huge part of that task.  JTS can schedule a complimentary and hassle-free consultation with you to help you decide just how much help you need this year as you decide how you want to decorate your home for the holidays. JTS has been a leader in the landscaping business for more than 25 years and has been specializing in the growing holiday decoration business for the past several years as well.  With JTS, your holiday lighting and decorations are designed specifically for your home and your family’s preferences. They work with you to help achieve your vision and style to create a beautiful expression of the holiday spirit. Every indoor and outdoor lighting display and decoration is unique from home to home and even from year to year. Your personalized lighting and decoration display will be something you will cherish and others will be talking about well after the holidays have passed.

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ARTICLE WARREN WATKINS


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HASSLE-FREE HOLIDAYS

(CON TI N U ED)

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Kristin Bishop, office manager and holiday enthusiast at JTS, says more and more people are using JTS’ holiday decorating services every year. “We get new customers every year, and the customers we had in previous years sometimes want to add more to their display than what they had the year before,” she says.  “We do both residential and commercial properties, inside and out—from elaborate lighting displays to wreaths and garland, to seasonal porch pots. Every home is a custom design; every home is different.” And, arguably, the best part of it all is that after the season ends, JTS will safely remove your lighting and decorations at a set date and store them for you until the next holiday season. What’s not to love about that? If

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ARTICLE HANNAH PREDOJEV

BUNKER HILL GOLF COURSE BRINGS GOLF TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL

OUTDOOR GOLF IS TYPICALLY WEATHER-DE-

The simulators function for a variety of activities and

PENDENT, ALTHOUGH NOW, ONE CREATIVE

events, including league and open play, parties and

INVENTION, IN PARTICULAR, ALLOWS PEOPLE

tournaments. Specifically, for parties, half of the room

TO GET THEIR GOLF FIX IN THE RAIN, SNOW

is set up with five oblong 8-foot tables, while the other

AND OTHER HARSH CONDITIONS.

half is decorated with cornhole boards. Three out of the

Bunker Hill Golf Course and Bar and Grille, established in 2001 and reopened in April 2017, is owned

eight simulators will display something called “showdown golf,” which Chad says is similar to arcade golf.

and operated by Arnold and Cheri Ingraham in

Additionally, professional instructors are available

Medina. Bunker Hill also features six full-swing golf

through the Greg Jones Golf Academy, specifically

simulators in the “sims room” upstairs in the restau-

Brad Cavey and Greg Jones, who demonstrate how

rant. During the summertime, the simulators are

to use the simulators and cater to individuals with any

closed off, and the space is used as a banquet room,

questions or concerns they may have.

which seats up to 80 people.

David Barton, a Middleburg Heights resident, has

Designed in September 2018, the simulators

been coming to Bunker Hill since September 2016.

are inside a cubicle, which exhibits a giant pro-

He also served as the former operations director and

jector screen. The screen depicts the golf course

manager of numerous golf tour events, including the

image, so when you hit the ball into the virtual area

GTE Northwest Classic in Seattle from 1985 through

shown, the golf ball will roll onto the field. Instead

1992, and the Ladies Professional Golf Association

of choosing a particular avatar, you will be playing

Safeco Classic, also in Seattle, among others. He

the game as if they are actually experiencing it

believes the simulators are unique because the

through your own eyes.

equipment is the newest technology on the market,

Chad Gibson, the general manager, describes the atmosphere of the simulators and how it compares to the peaceful serenity of outdoor golf.  

and the indoor golf is more realistic. Ideal for all ages, the simulators cost $32 per hour, with up to eight people per simulator. Various

“With indoor golf, we are all in the same room,”

simulator packages are offered, including a “birdie”

Chad says. “There is a lot of chatting with each

package for $400, which gives 25% off all restau-

other. … TVs and radios are on, beers are slinging

rant items and half off a portion of the simulator

[on the counter], pizzas are flying. Everybody is

usage fee. Additionally, you can purchase an eagle

hooting and hollering.”

membership for $1,200, which covers all simulator

Oddly enough, Chad believes the noise actually adds to the excitement and pandemonium of what is going on and says that if it were otherwise too quiet, it would serve as a distraction.

usage fees, as well as 35% off restaurant items. Reservations are required. For hours of operation regarding indoor and outdoor golf, as well as the lounge and restaurant, visit

With 32 unique game options, 69 different

the establishment’s official website, as hours change

championship golf course themes and a driving

frequently throughout the season. Reservations for

range mode available, the simulators offer plenty of

the restaurant should be made in advance. For more

opportunities to perfect your golf swing. 

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OUR TOWN ARTICLE WARREN WATKINS PHOTOGRAPHY WARREN WATKINS AND THE ECHELON

A Very Special Place to Call Home THE ECHELON OF MEDINA OFFERS NOTHING BUT THE BEST FOR ITS MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

JILL AND JEFF RISNER, OWNERS OF THE

thoughtfully furnished. Inside and out, The Echelon

ECHELON OF MEDINA, AN INDEPENDENT

of Medina is a beautiful place to call home.  

AND

ASSISTED

LIVING/MEMORY

CARE

As much as I enjoyed touring the facilities

COMPLEX, HAVE SO MUCH TO BE THANK-

and talking with Debbie about how special this

FUL FOR THIS YEAR, AS THEIR FACILITY

new complex is, I particularly enjoyed a chance

APPROACHES ITS  FIRST  FULL YEAR IN

meeting I had with a woman who just so hap-

THE BUSINESS. At the top of their list is The

pened to be entering the building as Debbie

Echelon’s amazing location, situated just four

and I were wrapping things up.

blocks from the center of town, as well as the

The woman was initially delighted to see Debbie

facility’s passionate and skilled employees who

as she walked through the front doors to visit her

dedicate themselves to giving the best possible

parents, both of whom live at The Echelon. When

care to their members.

Debbie introduced us to one another and informed

Debbie Garrett, director of Marketing at

her that I was with Medina County Lifestyle mag-

The Echelon of Medina, has worked hand in

azine to write an article about The Echelon, the

hand with both the Risners and the city of

woman’s face lit up and she immediately said to

Medina to bring something special to local

me, “I call this my happy place,” and then pro-

retirement-age residents.   

ceeded to tell me a little bit about her relationship

“The city of Medina has worked with us very

with The Echelon of Medina.

nicely,” she says. “The mayor and his economic

“I knew when I met the team here and told them

development team are really strong. That is a

about my parents, who lived in Wisconsin at the

group that is aggressively looking for new busi-

time, that they could handle this,” she said. “The

ness to bring into Medina, and they make it easy

whole time I felt, this is the right place for my par-

to work with. We are very thankful for the city of

ents; this is going to work. And when it was time to

Medina, who has welcomed us with open arms.

make the big move, [the owners] said they wanted

They are creative, they are open, they are respon-

to fly to Wisconsin with me and help me bring my

sive and they have made it a very nice transition

mom and dad back! I mean, who does that? They

for us to bring our brand and concept to Medina.”

have been more than incredible to work with, and

The Echelon features a 90-unit independent

I’m so thankful that my parents are here now.”

living building with one- and two-bedroom apart-

With a story like this, I can tell you that the

ments, as well as a 98-unit assisted living/mem-

Risners and The Echelon of Medina will be help-

ory care building, also with one- and two-bed-

ing many more thankful and appreciative families

room units. Both are beautifully decorated and

for years to come.  

feature several amenities, including a movie the-

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ater, hair salon and spa, arts and cooking areas,

Please call 330.591.2777 or visit

a deli and an indoor pool.  The outside grounds

EchelonSeniorCare.com if you have further

and inner courtyards are well manicured and

questions or would like to schedule a tour.

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NOVEMBER

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purchased at ORMACO.org or by calling 330.722.2541.

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MUSIC INSPIRED BY DANCE: SYLVIA WEHRS ON VIOLIN

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SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY AT THE MEDINA PUBLIC SQUARE

PLAYHOUSE SQUARE PARTY BUS: THE BAND’S VISIT

Support locally owned and operated

Buehler's River Styx

cial "Shop Small Saturday." Shopping

concerts at the Wadsworth Public

Hop on the Ohio Regional Music Arts

local means that 60 to 70% of the

Library with Cleveland-based violin-

and Cultural Outreach's (ORMACO)

dollars you spend will stay within

ist Sylvia Wehrs. Sylvia will perform

exciting Playhouse Square Party Bus

Medina County and get reinvested

solo violin music inspired by dance

to see the Tony Award-winning musi-

in our town.  

from Bach’s Partitas to Piazzola’s

cal The Band's Visit. The bus will leave

Tango Etudes. The concert is free, but

from Buehler's River Styx at 11:30 a.m.,

reservations are recommended. Visit

and all passengers will receive a boxed

ORMACO.org or call 330.722.2541 to

lunch, wine, cookies and more.  Visit

reserve your seat.

ORMACO.org or call 330.722.2541 to

Wadsworth Public Library

Ohio

Regional

Music

Arts

and

Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) continues its free Sunday afternoon

businesses in Medina on this spe-

reserve your seat.

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30 MERRY & BRIGHT HOLIDAY MART Weymouth Country Club

The Merry & Bright Holiday Mart is

ASSASSINS: THE MUSICAL Western Reserve Playhouse

Join Ohio Regional Music Arts and

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Medina Public Square

22–24

a celebration of local artisans and

MEDINA CANDLELIGHT WALK

with a VIP sneak peek, and general

vendors as well as two local charities. The mart will open at 10 a.m.

Medina Historic District

admission will begin at 11 a.m.  The

Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) and

Bring the entire family to join Main

proceeds from the VIP hour will go

the Western Reserve Playhouse for

Street Medina in celebrating the 35th

to The Children's Center of Medina

a fully staged production of the musi-

year of Medina's Candlelight Walk.

County and Wigs for Kids.

cal Assassins.  The  thought-provok-

It features more than 2 miles of LED

ing production brings together assas-

lights highlighting the traditional

sins and would-be assassins from

Victorian Square and buildings, more

different historical periods through-

than 1,500 luminaries, the lighting

out the United States, allowing them

of a 10-foot-tall Christmas tree,

to interact with one another. Tickets

the Parade of Lights,  a special  visit

are $20. Visit ORMACO.org for more

from Santa and Mrs. Claus, entertain-

information and to purchase tickets.

ment, shopping and more. 

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ORMACO ANNUAL DINNER: AN EVENING OF WINE, MUSIC AND CELEBRATION 2019

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TEA

Sérénité Restaurant

Society invites you to its Annual

The Ohio Regional Music Arts and

Christmas

Cultural Outreach's (ORMACO) ninth

by the community for its deli-

We are always accepting sub-

annual dinner will feature wine, hors

cious scones and baked goods,

missions for events you'd like to

d'oeuvres, dinner and live music

entertainment,

baskets

see included in our Calendar sec-

performed

and a vast selection of tea. Visit

tion. Submissions are accepted

musician Gretchen Pleuss. Tickets

MedinaCountyHistoricalSociety.com

via

are $30 per person and can be

for more information.

MedinaCountyLifestyle.com.

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Akron-based

John Smart House Museum

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PARTING THOUGHTS

Meet American E n t e r ta i n m e n t Ow n e r :

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Scott Hanna

+ BUSINESS OWNER + FOODIE

RECENTLY, WE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SIT DOWN WITH DJ EXTRAORDINAIRE AND AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT OWNER  SCOTT HANNA. Aside from being one of our great friends, Scott DJed our most recent Readers' Choice Awards Banquet in February 2019. And with the holidays quickly approaching, we know how important it is to have not only the best music but also the best entertainment for all of your guests. Get to know our go-to DJ! 

+ OUTDOORSMAN + POSITIVE THINKER

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A DJ? I've been DJing for 20 years now.

WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR JOB? I love seeing our customers happy that the party they've been planning for a long time went better than they even hoped for. Many people put a lot of effort into their events and are nervous it won't turn out like they planned. 

WHAT TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES DO YOU OFFER FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES? WE'RE GETTING EXCITED FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S EVE! I offer DJ and emcee services, lighting, karaoke, party games and more!

WHAT MOTIVATES YOU? Growing, getting better each day and learning new things and new ways to do things. 

WHAT DEFINING MOMENTS SET YOU ON YOUR CAREER PATH? To learn more about Scott's

Discovering positive mental attitude books and learn-

business, American Entertainment,

ing how being good and honest at sales can be a great

visit

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and rewarding career.

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IF YOU COULD BE ANY ANIMAL IN THE WORLD,

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WHAT WOULD YOU BE AND WHY?

book a DJ for your next event.

I would be a dog because they constantly show us how to be a good friend. They are always excited to see you and make you happy. 

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